LAW INTELLIGENCE

... every intereft, civil- and'focial, and difregardsd in everey poffiblc'point- the duty which one man owes to aixother. The- Jury immediately rrtturned a vcrdit for 'the. Plaintiff-IDamages qoocl. - We nevtr.faw fuclyf a crowd attraded by a civil trial. Not ...

PELTIER'S TRIAL

... 'the Attorriey Genera3, has b'et kefed toefpeak'o' me inaffl& ?? pahegyric which, I rn lure, muff he afcribed rathel to -the civility and po. tenief' of lhis difpolition thanr to any defects of mine. o far, however, he has done mn. jiftice, and no more ian ...

YORK ASSIZES—HARNER v. ALLEN

... the Navy. At lea, on board of the Sir Strphen Lzfirigton, on her paffage to St. Helena, William Douglas, Efq. many years a civil fervant on the Bengal Eilablifliment. AcCID} NTs.-A very alarming accident happened at Galemire, near Whitehaveu, on Sunday ...

A BILL

... articles of war, and tot o Inerwi ; and the Court of King's 13rnch ins Uirlin, or any other Court of Jultice civil or cri-nisal in the United. K(ingdom (hall not talze ?? of any aa, rmatter or thing which (hall be done by any fuch Officer ncn.. commiffloned ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... liberty with ? No perfon ever held the fituation of the Noble Earl, vho was more calculated, from his manners and ability, rto unite and reconcile the people of both coun- tries.. r The next was an attack upon my Lord Re- defdale; he was ftiled, c a broad ...

TRIAL OF THE CONSPIRATORS

... commerce, and to light up the brands of civil war in every part of France. The Imperial Commiffary divided the accufed into feven daffes. Thofe fent by England with Georges at their head. Thofe who were re-united i at Paris. The accomplices from England- ...

THE NAVAL MUSE

... he and the Earl St. Vincent, Lord Gardner, Admiral Cornwallis, Sir John Colpoys, (his Commanders at different times,) will unite their willing teftimomal of his defert. His (hip was always in the beft ftate of difeipline, and for this fimple reafon, there ...

FROM THE FRENCH PAPERS

... fliewn mercy. 1. wben an amnnefty was granted to the Freich %vbo f, bad borne arms againift France, or bad taken part in the civil wars. The letters of pardon were expreffe- in the d following terms: d NAi'oLrofr, by the Grace of God, and the Coniti- [o ...

POLICE OF THE CITY OF EDINBURGH

... this City, and the Vi- e cc2age. Much legal, as well, as local knowledge, juft and fteady principles, firmnefs of decifion, united with mo- deratio3' and mildnefs of manner, ought to chara6terize e the perfon invefted with fuch extenfive powers as' the ...

PUBLIC OFFICE, WORSHIP-STREET

... lawvs, an Costitution and Government, and' evety -exisqting estahlish oC, msene,- civil and religious, in these kingdonsv. Suchl Societies, the English, Scotch, and Irish United Sociities, the odi ani Cors-ssponsling.'socuety, and all ocher Corresponding Soitis ...

PUBLIC PAPERS

... PUBLIC PAPERS. - - Ts , I - WAR WITH PRUSSIA.-Derlaraianl,; George III. by the Grace of God, of Ahe United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ire- land, King, ?? of the Faith, Duke. ,of Brunswick anid Lunenburgh, Arch-:.. Treasurer antd Elector of the Holy ...